Council

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of Council held in the Council Chambers, 15 Forth Street, Invercargill on Monday, 18 June 2018 at 9am (9am – 10.26am, 10.50am – 12.30pm,1.15pm – 3pm, 3.17pm – 3.50pm) and Reconvened on Tuesday, 19 June 2018 at 9.01am (9.01am – 10.22am, 10.54am – 12.32pm, 1.02pm, - 2.55pm, 3.10pm – 4.30pm).

 

present

 

Mayor

Mayor Gary Tong

Deputy Mayor

Paul Duffy

Councillors

Stuart Baird (9am – 10.26am, 10.50am – 12.30pm,1.15pm – 3pm, 3.17pm – 3.46pm)

 

Brian Dillon

 

John Douglas

 

Bruce Ford

 

Darren Frazer

 

George Harpur

 

Julie Keast

 

Ebel Kremer

 

Gavin Macpherson

 

IN ATTENDANCE

Edendale-Wyndham Community Board Chair – Pam Yorke

Otautau Community Board Chair – André Bekhuis

Orepuki Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair – Brian McGrath

Chief Executive – Steve Ruru

Group Manager, Services and Assets – Matt Russell

Group Manager, Customer Support – Trudie Hurst

Communications Manager – Louise Pagan

Communications Specialist – Chris Chilton

Strategy and Policy Manager – Michelle Stevenson

Governance and Democracy Manager – Clare Sullivan

Committee Advisor – Fiona Dunlop

 

 


Council

18 June 2018

 

1             Apologies

 

Apologies were received from Councillors Paterson and Perham.

 

Moved Cr Dillon, seconded Cr Ford and resolved:

That Council accept the apologies.

 

 

2             Leave of absence

 

There were no requests for leave of absence.

 

 

3             Conflict of Interest

 

There were no conflicts of interest declared.

 

 

4             Public Forum

 

There was no public forum.

 

 

5             Extraordinary/Urgent Items

 

There were no Extraordinary/Urgent items.

 

 

6             Confirmation of Council Minutes

 

Resolution

Moved Cr Frazer, seconded Cr Macpherson and resolved:

That Council confirms the minutes of Council meetings , held on Wednesday 18 April 2018, Friday 20 April 2018, Wednesday 2 May 2018 and Wednesday 16 May 2018.

 

 

Reports - Governance

 

 

9.1

Representation Review Submissions and Consideration

Record No: R/18/6/12829

 

 

1.         Allan Youldon (submitter 65) due to illness was unable to speak to the meeting via video link from Te Anau.  Shirley Mouat spoke on his behalf in support of his submission.  A copy of Mr Youldon’s notes are attached as appendix 1 to the minutes.

 

2.         Shirley Mouat (submitter 66) addressed the meeting via video link from Te Anau.  Mrs Mouat spoke in support of her submission.  A copy of Mrs Mouat’s notes are attached as appendix 2 to the minutes.

 

3.         Rachel Cockburn – Chair of the Te Anau Community Board spoke to the meeting via video link from Te Anau (submission 52) in support of the Board’s submission.  A copy of Mrs Cockburn’s notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 3.

 

4.         Denise Fodie - Deputy Chair of the  Edendale-Wyndham Community Board (submission 53) spoke in support of the Board’s submission.

 

5.         Peter Gutsell - Deputy Chair of the Otautau Community Board (submission 54) spoke in support of the Board’s submission.  A copy of Mr Gutsell’s notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 4.

 

6.         Margaret Thomas – Chair of the Tuatapere Community Board (submission 56) spoke in support of the Board’s submission.

 

7.         Jan Breayley - Deputy Chair of the  Riverton/Aparima Community Board (submission 58) spoke in support of the Board’s submission.

 

8.         Geoff Jukes – Deputy Chair of the Winton Community Board (submission 59) spoke in support of the Board’s submission.

 

9.         Frank Shearing – Deputy Chair and Peter Laurie – Chair of the Wallacetown Community Board (submission 55) were present.  Mr Shearing spoke in support of the Board’s submission.

 

10.      Rae Wilson (submission 67) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

The meeting adjourned for morning tea at 10.26am and reconvened at 10.50am.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson; Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath were present when the meeting reconvened.

 

11.      Jon Spraggon – Chair of the Stewart Island/Rakiura Community Board (submission 57) addressed the meeting via telephone in support of the Board’s submission.

 

12.      Shona Sangster (submission 1) addressed the meeting via telephone in support of her submission.

 

13.      Allan Baird (submission 49) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.  A copy of the hand-out that Mr Baird supplied is attached to the minutes as appendix 5.

 

14.      Steve Wilkins (submission 8) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.  A copy of Mr Wilkins’s notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 6

 

15.      Alice Harris spoke on behalf of Anne Horrell (submission 60) to the meeting to reinforce the submission of Mrs Horrell.

 

16.      Gary Templeton (submission 61) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

17.      Ngarita Dixon (submission 62) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

18.      Stephen and Shirley Crack (submission 63) addressed the meeting in support of their submission.

 

19.      Mike Smith (submission 72) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

20.      Rob Scott (submission 41) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

21.      Bev Evans (submission 69) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

22.      Esmay Raynes (submission 70) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

23.      John MacKenzie (submission 73) did not appear before the meeting to speak to his submission.

 

24.      Kevin Skoropada (submission 74) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

26.      Colin Smith (submission 75) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

The meeting adjourned for lunch at 12.30pm and reconvened at 1.15pm.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson; Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath were present when the meeting reconvened.

 

27.      Kevin Hawkes (submission 76) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

28.      Kelly Day (submission 68) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

29.      Chris Henderson (submission 77) was present to speak to the meeting in support of her submission.  Due to a misunderstanding with the consultation documents she ended up not speaking to the meeting.

 

30.      David Henderson (submission 78) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

31.      John Hogg (submission 79) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

32.      Brian Ross (submission 44) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.

 

33.      Alanna Barrett (submission 80) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

34.      Julie Guise (submission 38) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.  A copy of Mrs Guise’s notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 7.

 

35.      Nigel Williams (submission 29) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.  A copy of Mr Williams’s notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 8.

 

36.      Southland District Council Youth Council (submission 64) represented by Rileigh Lundman (Fiordland College), Gemma Marnane (Central Southland College) and Ben Cleaver (Aparima College) addressed the meeting in support of the Youth Councils submission.  A copy of the Youth Council representatives notes are attached to the minutes as appendix 9.

 

37.      Robina Johnston (submission 150) addressed the meeting in support of her submission.

 

38.      Denis Bartley (submission 152) addressed the meeting in support of his submission.  A copy of the notes from Mr Bartley are attached as appendix 10

 

39.      Janice Templeton (submission 24) did not appear before the meeting to speak in support of her submission.

 

For the decision of the meeting regarding the Representation, this is located further down the minutes.

 

The meeting adjourned at 3pm for afternoon tea and reconvened at 3.17pm.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson were present when the meeting reconvened.

 

Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath left the meeting at 2.45pm.

 

The Mayor advised that the meeting would now consider the remainder of the items on the agenda.

 

 

 

Reports - Operational Matters

 

 

8.1

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 - Delegation

Record No: R/18/5/10561

 

Environmental Health Manager – Michael Sarfaiti and Group Manager, Environmental Services – Bruce Halligan were in attendance for this item.

 

 

Resolution

Moved Deputy Mayor Duffy, seconded Cr Ford and resolved:

That Council:

a)        Receives the report titled “Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 - Delegation” dated 10 June 2018.

 

b)        Determines that this matter or decision be recognised as not significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)         Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)        Makes the following delegation under clause 32, Schedule 7 Local Government Act 2002:  All of the functions or powers listed in the following table are delegated to the staff indicated in the table.  The delegated officers do not have the power to sub-delegate.

 

Key

 

CEO

Chief Executive Officer

GMES

GM – Environmental Services

LI

Licensing Inspector

CLI

Chief Licensing Inspector

CSOR

Customer Services Officer - Regulatory

 

LEGISLATION

SUMMARY OF FUNCTION/POWER DELEGATED

DELEGATED OFFICER

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

Section 187(a)

To consider and determine applications for manager’s certificates

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Section 187(b)

To consider and determine applications for renewal of licences

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Section 187(b)

To consider and determine applications for renewal of manager’s certificates

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Section 187(c)

To consider and determine applications for temporary authority

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Section 137(2)

Accept late application for special licence

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Section 208

To waive certain omissions

CEO, GMES, CLI, LI, CSOR

Limitations

These delegations are subject to these limitations which staff cannot decide:

a.     Consider or decide on any opposed applications, or applications subject to public objection.

b.     Consider or decide on any waivers that do not meet any agreed criteria within the SEAL reference document.

c.     Decline, suspend, or cancel any application or licence or certificate.

d.     Vary any licence without the consent of the licence holder.

e.     Reduce the term of renewal of any certificate or licence

f.      Decide on any application that any reporting agency requests to be considered by the District Licensing Committee.

g.     Any application which the GM – Environmental Services decides should be considered by the District Licensing Committee.

 

 

 

8.2

Online Registration of New Dogs

Record No: R/18/5/12014

 

Environmental Health Manager – Michael Sarfaiti and Group Manager, Environmental Services – Bruce Halligan were in attendance for this item.

 

 

Resolution

Moved Cr Harpur, seconded Cr Douglas and resolved:

That the Council:

a)            Receives the report titled “Online Registration of New Dogs” dated 30 May 2018.

 

b)           Determines that this matter or decision be recognised not significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)            Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)           Approves the collection of less dog registration fees than those fees set by Council resolution on 20 April 2018 for new dogs which are registered using the on-line option for the 2018/2019 registration year, to enable staff to implement software for online registration for new dogs.

 

 

8.3

Transfer of the Port William Scenic Reserve on Stewart Island to Department of Conservation as a Scenic Reserve

Record No: R/18/5/11605

 

Strategic Manager Property – Kevin McNaught was in attendance for this item.

 

 

Resolution

Moved Cr Ford, seconded Cr Harpur and resolved:

That the Council:

a)            Receives the report titled “Transfer of the Port William Scenic Reserve on Stewart Island to Department of Conservation as a Scenic Reserve” dated 10 June 2018.

 

b)           Determines that this matter or decision be recognised as not  significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)            Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)           Resolves that the Council owned land held as a Scenic Reserve at Port William, Stewart Island being Section 3, Block I, Anglem Survey District contained in CFR 140/171 be transferred to the Department of Conservation for a Scenic Reserve.

 

 

Reports - Governance

 

 

9.2

Appointments to the Milford Community Trust

Record No: R/18/6/12799

 

Community Partnership Leader – Simon Moran was in attendance for this item.

 

(Councillor Baird left the meeting at 3.46pm.)

 

 

Resolution

Moved Cr Ford, seconded Cr Frazer and resolved:

That the Council:

a)            Receives the report titled “Appointments to the Milford Community Trust” dated 12 June 2018.

 

b)           Determines that this matter or decision be recognised as not significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)            Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)           Appoints Cr Ebel Kremer as the Chair of the Milford Community Trust for a period of 18 months ending 31 December 2019.

 

e)            Appoints Jason Steele as a Trustee to the Milford Community Trust.

 

f)             Records its thanks to Mike Schuck for the time he has been involved with the Milford Community Trust as a Trustee and independent Chair.

 

g)           Records its thanks to Mike McConachie for his time as a Trustee on the Milford Community Trust.

 

 

The meeting adjourned at 3.50pm to reconvene at 9am on Tuesday 19 June 2018.

 

The meeting reconvened at 9.01am on Tuesday 19 June 2018.

 

present

 

Mayor

Mayor Gary Tong

 

Deputy Mayor

Paul Duffy

 

Councillors

Stuart Baird

 

 

Brian Dillon

 

 

John Douglas

 

 

Bruce Ford

 

 

Darren Frazer

 

 

George Harpur

 

 

Julie Keast

 

 

Ebel Kremer

 

 

Gavin Macpherson

 

 

IN ATTENDANCE

Edendale-Wyndham Community Board Chair – Pam Yorke

Otautau Community Board Chair – André Bekhuis

Orepuki Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair – Brian McGrath

Chief Executive – Steve Ruru

Group Manager, Services and Assets – Matt Russell

Group Manager, Customer Support – Trudie Hurst

Communications Manager – Louise Pagan

Communications Specialist – Chris Chilton

Communications Officer – Alana Dixon-Calder

Strategy and Policy Manager – Michelle Stevenson

Governance and Democracy Manager – Clare Sullivan

Committee Advisor – Fiona Dunlop

 

 

9.1

Representation Review Submissions and Consideration

Record No: R/18/6/12829

 

 

Moved Councillor Kremer, seconded Councillor Douglas recommendations a to d of the report and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel:

 

a)       Receives the report titled “Representation Review Submissions and Consideration” dated 13 June 2018.

 

b)       Determines that this matter or decision be recognised as significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)       Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)       Receives all submissions on the 2018 Representation Review Initial Proposal, hears the oral submitters and considers all submissions.

 

e)       Recommends to Council whether it should confirm and adopt the Initial Proposal as its Final Proposal or amend the Initial Proposal and issue a Final Proposal accordingly.

 

e)       Took note that the Representation Hearings Panel took note that:

·                more than 60 submitters wrote in support of the proposed 12 councillors

·                12 submitters opposed the proposal without commenting on preference

·                3 submitters thought the wards were too large 

·                8 submitters preferred more councillors ,

·                4 submitters wanted less than 12 councillors

·                3 submitters wanted councillors elected from single wards

 

f)          Supports the Initial Proposal of the district being divided into five wards with three wards electing three councillors, one ward electing two councillors and one ward electing one councillor for the following reasons:

·              The current arrangements have been in place for six years, work well and are readily understood

·              The workload for councillors can be spread more equitably

·              The size of the district with large distances for councillors to cover meeting constituents and attending meetings in parts of the district

·              It meets the requirements of the LEA

·              Provides for fair representation

·              The single ward model would not be compliant with the +/- 10% requirement of fair representation.

 

g)         That it:

·                Confirms the Initial Proposal of the district being divided into five wards with three wards electing three councillors, one ward electing two councillors and one ward electing one councillor for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.

·                Rejects that submissions that thought the wards were too large

·                Rejects the submissions that thought there should be more councillors

·                Rejects the submissions that thought there should be less councillors

·                Rejects the submissions that thought that councillors should be elected from single wards


 

Ward names

 

Moved Councillor Dillon, seconded Councillor Frazer and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

1.         That the Hearings Panel took note that:

·                One submitter commented on the name of the Winton Wallacetown ward

·                One submitter complimented the Council on removing the ‘s’ from Toetoes as there is no ‘s’ in Te Reo.

·                It does not believe that there is any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal for the ward names remaining as is.

 

2.         Determines that it does not believe that there is any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal for the ward names remaining as is.

 

3.         Recommends to Council:

·                That the Council confirms the Initial Proposal of the ward names remaining as:

Mararoa Waimea; Winton Wallacetown; Waiau Aparima; Waihopai Toetoe; Stewart Island Rakiura; for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.


 

Ward Boundaries

 

Moved Councillor Duffy, seconded Councillor Baird and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommend to Council:

 

1.              That the Representation Review Hearings panel took note that:

·                One submitter commented that Wrights Bush should remain in the Winton Wallacetown ward and not in the Waiau Aparima ward

·                Six submitters have asked that the boundary of the Waihopai Toetoe ward be extended into the Winton Wallacetown ward in a variety of ways – several submissions asked that Te Tipua, Mabel Bush, Roslyn Bush, Rakahouka and Grove Bush be in Waihopai Toetoe

·                Five submitters asked that Waimumu and Te Tipua be moved from the Winton Wallacetown ward into Waihopai Toetoe ward

·                2 submitters asked that Dipton remain in the Winton Wallacetown ward.

 

2.       Confirms that the five wards reflect the communities of interest in the initial proposal for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision and confirms that the population of each member will represent is as follows:

 

Ward

2013 Census Statistics

Elected Members

Population per Councillor

Mararoa Waimea

7803

3

2601

Winton Wallacetown

7890

3

2630

Waiau Aparima

8139

3

2711

Waihopai Toetoe

5421

2

2713

Stewart Island Rakiura

384

1

384

 

3.       Confirms that the population that each member represents is within the range of the 2469+/- 10% (2223 – 2715) in accordance with section 19V(2) of the Local Electoral Act 2001 except for the Stewart Island Rakiura ward.


 

Stewart Island Rakiura retain as island community of interest

 

Moved Councillor Ford, seconded Councillor Harpur and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.              That the Hearings Panel took note that:

·                Almost 90 submitters wrote in support of the Initial Proposal

·                2 submitters opposed the proposal

·                1 submitter thought Stewart Island Rakiura should have two councillors

 

2.              Determines that it’s reasons in support of the Initial Proposal were it is an island, its remoteness, unique environment, location, it relies on its own electricity company,

 

3.              The panel did not believe there was any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal that the Stewart Island Rakiura ward warrants a member under section 19V(3)(a) as it is and island community of interest.

 

4.         That Council:

·                Confirms the Initial Proposal that the Stewart Island Rakiura ward warrants a member under section 19V(3)(a) as it is and island community of interest for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.

·                Confirms that the boundaries for each ward be as per the attached maps as deposited with the Local Government Commission.

 

The meeting adjourned for morning tea at 10.22am and reconvened at 10.54am.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson; Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath were present when the meeting reconvened.

 


Community Boards

 

During discussion on the options for Community Board, the meeting adjourned for lunch at 12.32pm and reconvened at 1.03pm.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson; Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath were present when the meeting reconvened.

 

 

Moved Community Board Member Yorke, seconded Community Board Member Bekhuis and resolved:

 

The Hearings Panel recommends:

 

1.              That the Council amends the Initial Proposal to separate the Taramea Te Waewae Community board into two separate boards:

·                   A board are encompassing the current Tuatapere community board boundary with an extension to include the localities as follows:

·                   Birchwood, Blackmount, Clifden, Cromarty, Eastern Bush, Feldwick, Happy Valley, Merrivale, Monkey Island, Monowai, Orawia, Orepuki, Otahu Flat, Pahia, Papatotara, Piko Piko, Port Craig, Pukemaori, Raymonds Gap, Round Hill, Te Oneroa, Te Tua, Te Waewae, Tuatapere, Waihoaka.

 

Moved Councillor Baird, seconded Councillor Harpur and resolved:

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That this board be called the Tuatapere Te WaeWae community board and will elect six members.  It will have one appointed member being a councillor from the ward in which the board is situated.

 

2.         A board area encompassing the remainder of the proposed Taramea te Waewae community board identified by the a map and encompassing the localities identified as follows:

·                Colac Bay/Oraka, Ermedale, Fairfax, Gropers Bush, Gummies Bush, Hazletts, Longwood, Otaitai Bush, Pourakino Valley, Riverton/Aparima, Round Hill, Ruahine, Taramoa, Thornbury, Tihaka, Waianiwa, Waihoaka, Waipango, Wakapatu, Wrights Bush

 

3.         That this board be called the Riverton Oraka community board and will elect six members.  It will have one appointed member being a councillor from the ward in which the board is situated.

 

4.         That the above names be subject to confirmation on advice from the Iwi.

 

Wallacetown

 

Moved Councillor Macpherson, seconded Councillor Duffy and resolved:

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.              That the Council amends the Initial Proposal to separate from the Oreti community board an area encompassing Wallacetown, Branxholme, Makarewa, Taramoa, Wrights Bush, Waianawa, Oporo-Spar Bush and Lorneville to be known as the Makarewa Wallacetown Community Board.

 

Community Board Member Yorke abstained from voting.

 

Moved Councillor Macpherson, seconded Councillor Duffy and resolved:

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That this board be called the Makarewa Wallacetown Community Board and will elect six members.  It will have one appointed member being a councillor from the ward in which the board is situated.

 

2.         That the above name be subject to confirmation on advice from the Iwi.

 

 

Numbers of members on Stewart Island Rakiura community board

 

Moved Councillor Harpur, seconded Councillor Duffy and resolved:

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.              That the Council amends the Initial Proposal to increase the number of elected members on the Stewart Island Rakiura community board from 4 to 6 members.

 


 

Boundaries of community boards retain as Initial Proposal or change

 

Moved Mayor Tong, seconded Councillor Keast and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That Te Tipua, Mabel Bush, Roslyn Bush Rakahouka and Grove Bush be included in the Waihopai Toetoe Community board area.

 

2.         Reject the submission that requested that Waimumu be included in the Waihopai ToeToe community board area.

 

 

 

Moved Community Board Member Yorke, seconded Councillor Duffy and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That the Council rejects the submission that requested the inclusion of Waimumu in Ardlussa community board area.

 

Moved Mayor Tong, seconded Councillor Keast and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That the Council include an area 6kms from Dacre on Lorneville Dacre Road from the Oreti community board area to Waihopai Toetoe as Woodlands is its community of interest for amenities and recreation.

 

2.         That the Council include Josephville in Northern community board area.

 

3.         The Council include Glenaray into the Ardlussa Community Board area.

 

 

Whether to have subdivisions in some if not all community boards

 

Moved Councillor Keast, seconded Councillor Kremer and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommend to Council:

 

1.       That the Council reject the submissions that called for subdivisions for Community Boards.

 

 

The meeting adjourned for afternoon tea at 2.55pm and reconvened at 3.10pm.

 

Mayor Gary Tong and Councillors Baird, Dillon, Douglas, Duffy, Ford, Frazer, Harpur, Keast, Kremer and Macpherson; Community Board Chairs Bekhuis and Yorke and Community Development Area Subcommittee Chair McGrath were present when the meeting reconvened.


 

Revisit Wallacetown Decision

 

Moved Mayor Tong, seconded Councillor Dillon and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel pursuant to Standing Order 3.9.17 that the meeting revisit the decision made earlier in the meeting relating to Wallacetown.

 

Councillor Macpherson abstained from voting.

 

 

 

 

 

Wallacetown (revisited)

 

Moved Councillor Dillon, seconded Community Board Member Yorke and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.       That the Council reject the submissions requesting that the Wallacetown Community Board be separate.

 

Councillors Frazer and Macpherson abstained from voting.

 

Ohai Railway Community Board

 

Moved Mayor Tong, seconded Councillor Dillon and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.       That Council rejects the submission requesting the formation of an Ohai Community Board.

 

Takitimu Name to Wallace Takitimu

 

Moved Councillor Baird, seconded Community Board Member Bekhuis and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         The name change from Takitimu Community board to Wallace Takitimu Community board and this be subject to confirmation on advice from Iwi.

 

Community boards – status quo or Initial Proposal/amended Initial Proposal

 

Moved Councillor Kremer, seconded Councillor Dillon and resolved:

 

That the Council Representation Review Hearings Panel recommend to the Council that it:

 

1.              Adopt as part of its Final Proposal that there be 9 Community Boards as follows:

 

Proposed Community Board

Localities

Ardlussa

Ardlussa, Balfour, Cattle Flat, Freshford,  Glenaray, Glenure, Kingston Crossing, Longridge, Longridge North, Mandeville, Potters, Riversdale, Saint Patricks, Sandstone, Waikaia, Waimea, Waiparu, Waipounamu, Wendon, Wendonside

Fiordland

Cascade Creek, Hollyford, Jamestown, Manapouri, Milford Sound, Te Anau, The Dale, The Key

Northern

Athol, Castlerock, Five Rivers, Garston, Josephville, Lintley, Lowther, Lumsden, Mossburn, Nokomai, Parawa

Oreti

 

Benmore, Branxholme, Browns, Caroline, Centre Bush, Dipton, Dipton West, Gap Road, Glencoe, Hedgehope, Heenans Corner, Hokonui, Josephville, Kauana, Lady Barkly, Limehills, Lochiel, Lorneville, Makarewa, Makarewa Junction, Northope, Oporo, Oreti Plains, Otapiri, Otapiri Gorge, Pukemutu, Ryal Bush, South Hillend, Springhills, , Thomsons Crossing, Tussock Creek, Waitane, Wallacetown, West Plains, Wilsons Crossing, Winton

Stewart Island Rakiura

All of Stewart Island Rakiura, the surrounding islands and Ruapuke Island

Wallace Takitimu

Aparima, Avondale, Bayswater, Crawfords, Drummond, Dunearn, Five Roads, Gladfield, Heddon Bush, Isla Bank, Nightcaps, Ohai, Opio, Otahuti, Otautau, Ringway, Scotts Gap, Spar Bush, Tinkertown, Waikouro, Wairio, Woodlaw, Wreys Bush

Tuatapere Te Waewae

Birchwood, Blackmount, Clifden, Cromarty, Eastern Bush, Feldwick, Happy Valley, Merrivale, Monkey Island, Monowai, Orawia, Orepuki, Otahu Flat, Pahia, Papatotara, Piko Piko, Port Craig, Pukemaori, Raymonds Gap, Round Hill, Te Oneroa, Te Tua, Te Waewae, Tuatapere, Waihoaka.

Riverton Oraka

Colac Bay/Oraka, Ermedale, Fairfax, Gropers Bush, Gummies Bush, Hazletts, Longwood, Otaitai Bush, Pourakino Valley, Riverton/Aparima, Round Hill, Ruahine, Taramoa, Tihaka, Waianiwa, Waihoaka, Waipango, Wakapatu, Wrights Bush

Waihopai Toetoe

Ashers, Brydone, Bush Siding, Chaslands, Curio Bay, Dacre, Edendale, Fortification, Fortrose, Glenham, Gorge Road, Grove Bush, Haldane, Kamahi, Kapuka, Kapuka South, Kennington, Longbush, Mabel Bush, Mataura Island, Menzies Ferry, Mimihau, Mokoreta, Mokotua, Morton Mains, Niagara, Ota Creek, Otara, Oteramika, Oware, Pine Bush, Progress Valley, Pukewao, Quarry Hills, Redan, Rimu, Rakahouka, Roslyn Bush, Seaward Downs, Slope Point, Te Peka, Te Tipua, Timpanys, Titiroa, Tokanui, Tuturau, Waiarikiki, Waikawa, Waikawa Valley, Waimahaka, Waimatua, Waituna, Woodlands, Wyndham

 

2.              Note that there were a number of submissions calling for the retention of the current Community Board and Community Development Area subcommittee representation structure as a model for providing local representation and as a model for community governance for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

3.              Note that as part of its Initial Proposal Council had indicated a desire to have Community Boards providing district wide coverage, which if Community Development Area subcommittees were retained with their current delegations, would have led to a duplication of responsibilities between Community Boards and Community Development Area subcommittees.

 

4.              Note that as a result it had suggested in the Community Governance Reference Document that there would not be a need to re-establish Community Development Area subcommittees as part of the Council committee structure for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

5.              Notes that the decision on the Council committee structure to be established for the 2019 – 2022 triennium is a decision for the Councillors elected to office in that triennium to decide based upon the recommendation put forward by the Mayor (refer section 41A Local Government Act 2002).

 

6.              Notes that it has also suggested as part of the Community Governance Reference Document that that there could be merit in having the Community Development Area subcommittees continue to operate in the 2019 – 2022 triennium as a local community group, supported by a community development advisor staff member.

 

7.              Recommend to the Council elected to office for the 2019 – 2022 triennium that it support the development of Community Development Area Groups and/or other community group structures as a means for Community Boards and Council to obtain local community input to issues of concern to local communities and/or support for local projects/initiatives.

 

8.              Rejects the submissions calling for the retention of the current Community Board and Community Development Area subcommittee representation structure as a model for local representation for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

Councillor Douglas requested that his dissenting vote be recorded.


 

Moved Mayor Tong, seconded Councillor Kremer and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel:

 

1.         Recommends to the incoming 2019-2022 Council that Community Board and Community Development Area Subcommittee existing “reserves” be ring-fenced for a period of up to 3 years when the Revenue and Financing Policy is reviewed.

 

Other issues –submissions that comment on what is in the reference document – way new system will work, training, remuneration encouraging people to stand for election etc

 

 

Moved Councillor Keast, seconded Councillor Douglas and resolved:

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That:

·                Council should actively support ways to include existing or new communities of interest who may no longer have elected representation but wish to be actively involved in ongoing community planning or development

·                Community boards need involvement with other boards and council to address issues and planning to benefit district as a whole

·                Organisation reviews should run in conjunction with representation review

·                Boards wants to provide feedback on future community governance discussions

·                Remuneration needs to be relevant to role

·                There be training for elected members

·                There be an awareness campaign of role of community board and promotion

·                There be role responsibility

·                There be communication regarding planning and decision making regarding district wide service and rating

·                Community Boards want to be involved in setting rates for area.

 

2.         Reject the submissions that request work towards amalgamation with Gore District and Invercargill City.

 

3.         Agree that Council should go out and talk to people in local communities –e.g. Ohai and Nightcaps.

 

4.         Reject the submissions that request a unitary authority.

 

5.         Note the comments in submissions regarding the consultation document should have shown current structure to show the proposed changes and that there was not enough information on website.

 

 

FINAL RESOLUTIONS

That the Hearings Panel:

a)           Receives the report titled “Representation Review Submissions and Consideration” dated 13 June 2018.

 

b)           Determines that this matter or decision be recognised as significant in terms of Section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

c)           Determines that it has complied with the decision-making provisions of the Local Government Act 2002 to the extent necessary in relation to this decision; and in accordance with Section 79 of the Act determines that it does not require further information, further assessment of options or further analysis of costs and benefits or advantages and disadvantages prior to making a decision on this matter.

 

d)           Receives all submissions on the 2018 Representation Review Initial Proposal, hears the oral submitters and considers all submissions.

 

e)           Recommends to Council whether it should confirm and adopt the Initial Proposal as its Final Proposal or amend the Initial Proposal and issue a Final Proposal accordingly.

 

e)           Took note that the Representation Hearings Panel took note that:

·           more than 60 submitters wrote in support of the proposed 12 councillors

·           12 submitters opposed the proposal without commenting on preference

·           3 submitters thought the wards were too large 

·           8 submitters preferred more councillors ,

·           4 submitters wanted less than 12 councillors

·           3 submitters wanted councillors elected from single wards

 

f)         Supports the Initial Proposal of the district being divided into five wards with three wards electing three councillors, one ward electing two councillors and one ward electing one councillor for the following reasons:

·              The current arrangements have been in place for six years, work well and are readily understood

·              The workload for councillors can be spread more equitably

·              The size of the district with large distances for councillors to cover meeting constituents and attending meetings in parts of the district

·              It meets the requirements of the LEA

·              Provides for fair representation

·              The single ward model would not be compliant with the +/- 10% requirement of fair representation.

 

g)        That it:

·                Confirms the Initial Proposal of the district being divided into five wards with three wards electing three councillors, one ward electing two councillors and one ward electing one councillor for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.

·                Rejects that submissions that thought the wards were too large

·                Rejects the submissions that thought there should be more councillors

·                Rejects the submissions that thought there should be less councillors

·                Rejects the submissions that thought that councillors should be elected from single wards

 

Ward names

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That the Hearings Panel took note that:

·                One submitter commented on the name of the Winton Wallacetown ward

·                One submitter complimented the Council on removing the ‘s’ from Toetoes as there is no ‘s’ in Te Reo.

·                It does not believe that there is any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal for the ward names remaining as is.

 

2.         Determines that it does not believe that there is any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal for the ward names remaining as is.

 

3.         Recommends to Council:

·                That the Council confirms the Initial Proposal of the ward names remaining as:

Mararoa Waimea; Winton Wallacetown; Waiau Aparima; Waihopai Toetoe; Stewart Island Rakiura; for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.

 

Ward Boundaries

 

That the Hearings Panel recommend to Council:

 

2.             That the Representation Review Hearings panel took note that:

·                One submitter commented that Wrights Bush should remain in the Winton Wallacetown ward and not in the Waiau Aparima ward

·                Six submitters have asked that the boundary of the Waihopai Toetoe ward be extended into the Winton Wallacetown ward in a variety of ways – several submissions asked that Te Tipua, Mabel Bush, Roslyn Bush, Rakahouka and Grove Bush be in Waihopai Toetoe

·                Five submitters asked that Waimumu and Te Tipua be moved from the Winton Wallacetown ward into Waihopai Toetoe ward

·                2 submitters asked that Dipton remain in the Winton Wallacetown ward.

 

2.       Confirms that the five wards reflect the communities of interest in the initial proposal for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision and confirms that the population of each member will represent is as follows:

 

Ward

2013 Census Statistics

Elected Members

Population per Councillor

Mararoa Waimea

7803

3

2601

Winton Wallacetown

7890

3

2630

Waiau Aparima

8139

3

2711

Waihopai Toetoe

5421

2

2713

Stewart Island Rakiura

384

1

384

 

3.       Confirms that the population that each member represents is within the range of the 2469+/- 10% (2223 – 2715) in accordance with section 19V(2) of the Local Electoral Act 2001 except for the Stewart Island Rakiura ward.

 

Stewart Island Rakiura retain as island community of interest

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

4.             That the Hearings Panel took note that:

·                Almost 90 submitters wrote in support of the Initial Proposal

·                2 submitters opposed the proposal

·                1 submitter thought Stewart Island Rakiura should have two councillors

 

5.             Determines that it’s reasons in support of the Initial Proposal were it is an island, its remoteness, unique environment, location, it relies on its own electricity company,

 

6.             The panel did not believe there was any compelling reason to move away from the Initial Proposal that the Stewart Island Rakiura ward warrants a member under section 19V(3)(a) as it is and island community of interest.

 

4.         That Council:

·                Confirms the Initial Proposal that the Stewart Island Rakiura ward warrants a member under section 19V(3)(a) as it is and island community of interest for its Final Proposal for the 2019 local authority elections and elections thereafter, until altered by a subsequent decision.

·                Confirms that the boundaries for each ward be as per the attached maps as deposited with the Local Government Commission.

 

Community Boards

 

The Hearings Panel recommends:

 

2.             That the Council amends the Initial Proposal to separate the Taramea Te Waewae Community board into two separate boards:

·                   A board are encompassing the current Tuatapere community board boundary with an extension to include the localities as follows:

·                   Birchwood, Blackmount, Clifden, Cromarty, Eastern Bush, Feldwick, Happy Valley, Merrivale, Monkey Island, Monowai, Orawia, Orepuki, Otahu Flat, Pahia, Papatotara, Piko Piko, Port Craig, Pukemaori, Raymonds Gap, Round Hill, Te Oneroa, Te Tua, Te Waewae, Tuatapere, Waihoaka.

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That this board be called the Tuatapere Te WaeWae community board and will elect six members.  It will have one appointed member being a councillor from the ward in which the board is situated.

 

2.         A board area encompassing the remainder of the proposed Taramea te Waewae community board identified by the a map and encompassing the localities identified as follows:

·                Colac Bay/Oraka, Ermedale, Fairfax, Gropers Bush, Gummies Bush, Hazletts, Longwood, Otaitai Bush, Pourakino Valley, Riverton/Aparima, Round Hill, Ruahine, Taramoa, Thornbury, Tihaka, Waianiwa, Waihoaka, Waipango, Wakapatu, Wrights Bush

 

3.         That this board be called the Riverton Oraka community board and will elect six members.  It will have one appointed member being a councillor from the ward in which the board is situated.

 

4.         That the above names be subject to confirmation on advice from the Iwi.

 

Numbers of members on Stewart Island Rakiura community board

 

The Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

2.             That the Council amends the Initial Proposal to increase the number of elected members on the Stewart Island Rakiura community board from 4 to 6 members.

 

Boundaries of community boards retain as Initial Proposal or change

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That Te Tipua, Mabel Bush, Roslyn Bush Rakahouka and Grove Bush be included in the Waihopai Toetoe Community board area.

 

2.         Reject the submission that requested that Waimumu be included in the Waihopai ToeToe community board area.

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That the Council rejects the submission that requested the inclusion of Waimumu in Ardlussa community board area.

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That the Council include an area 6kms from Dacre on Lorneville Dacre Road from the Oreti community board area to Waihopai Toetoe as Woodlands is its community of interest for amenities and recreation.

 

2.         That the Council include Josephville in Northern community board area.

 

3.         The Council include Glenaray into the Ardlussa Community Board area.

 

Whether to have subdivisions in some if not all community boards

 

That the Hearings Panel recommend to Council:

 

1.       That the Council reject the submissions that called for subdivisions for Community Boards.

 

Wallacetown (revisited)

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.       That the Council reject the submissions requesting that the Wallacetown Community Board be separate.

 

Ohai Railway Community Board

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.       That Council rejects the submission requesting the formation of an Ohai Community Board.

 

Takitimu Name to Wallace Takitimu

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         The name change from Takitimu Community board to Wallace Takitimu Community board and this be subject to confirmation on advice from Iwi.

 

Community boards – status quo or Initial Proposal/amended Initial Proposal

 

That the Council Representation Review Hearings Panel recommend to the Council that it:

 

9.             Adopt as part of its Final Proposal that there be 9 Community Boards as follows:

 

Proposed Community Board

Localities

Ardlussa

Ardlussa, Balfour, Cattle Flat, Freshford,  Glenaray, Glenure, Kingston Crossing, Longridge, Longridge North, Mandeville, Potters, Riversdale, Saint Patricks, Sandstone, Waikaia, Waimea, Waiparu, Waipounamu, Wendon, Wendonside

Fiordland

Cascade Creek, Hollyford, Jamestown, Manapouri, Milford Sound, Te Anau, The Dale, The Key

Northern

Athol, Castlerock, Five Rivers, Garston, Josephville, Lintley, Lowther, Lumsden, Mossburn, Nokomai, Parawa

Oreti

 

Benmore, Branxholme, Browns, Caroline, Centre Bush, Dipton, Dipton West, Gap Road, Glencoe, Hedgehope, Heenans Corner, Hokonui, Josephville, Kauana, Lady Barkly, Limehills, Lochiel, Lorneville, Makarewa, Makarewa Junction, Northope, Oporo, Oreti Plains, Otapiri, Otapiri Gorge, Pukemutu, Ryal Bush, South Hillend, Springhills, , Thomsons Crossing, Tussock Creek, Waitane, Wallacetown, West Plains, Wilsons Crossing, Winton

Stewart Island Rakiura

All of Stewart Island Rakiura, the surrounding islands and Ruapuke Island

Wallace Takitimu

Aparima, Avondale, Bayswater, Crawfords, Drummond, Dunearn, Five Roads, Gladfield, Heddon Bush, Isla Bank, Nightcaps, Ohai, Opio, Otahuti, Otautau, Ringway, Scotts Gap, Spar Bush, Tinkertown, Waikouro, Wairio, Woodlaw, Wreys Bush

Tuatapere Te Waewae

Birchwood, Blackmount, Clifden, Cromarty, Eastern Bush, Feldwick, Happy Valley, Merrivale, Monkey Island, Monowai, Orawia, Orepuki, Otahu Flat, Pahia, Papatotara, Piko Piko, Port Craig, Pukemaori, Raymonds Gap, Round Hill, Te Oneroa, Te Tua, Te Waewae, Tuatapere, Waihoaka.

Riverton Oraka

Colac Bay/Oraka, Ermedale, Fairfax, Gropers Bush, Gummies Bush, Hazletts, Longwood, Otaitai Bush, Pourakino Valley, Riverton/Aparima, Round Hill, Ruahine, Taramoa, Tihaka, Waianiwa, Waihoaka, Waipango, Wakapatu, Wrights Bush

Waihopai Toetoe

Ashers, Brydone, Bush Siding, Chaslands, Curio Bay, Dacre, Edendale, Fortification, Fortrose, Glenham, Gorge Road, Grove Bush, Haldane, Kamahi, Kapuka, Kapuka South, Kennington, Longbush, Mabel Bush, Mataura Island, Menzies Ferry, Mimihau, Mokoreta, Mokotua, Morton Mains, Niagara, Ota Creek, Otara, Oteramika, Oware, Pine Bush, Progress Valley, Pukewao, Quarry Hills, Redan, Rimu, Rakahouka, Roslyn Bush, Seaward Downs, Slope Point, Te Peka, Te Tipua, Timpanys, Titiroa, Tokanui, Tuturau, Waiarikiki, Waikawa, Waikawa Valley, Waimahaka, Waimatua, Waituna, Woodlands, Wyndham

 

10.         Note that there were a number of submissions calling for the retention of the current Community Board and Community Development Area subcommittee representation structure as a model for providing local representation and as a model for community governance for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

11.         Note that as part of its Initial Proposal Council had indicated a desire to have Community Boards providing district wide coverage, which if Community Development Area subcommittees were retained with their current delegations, would have led to a duplication of responsibilities between Community Boards and Community Development Area subcommittees.

 

12.         Note that as a result it had suggested in the Community Governance Reference Document that there would not be a need to re-establish Community Development Area subcommittees as part of the Council committee structure for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

13.         Notes that the decision on the Council committee structure to be established for the 2019 – 2022 triennium is a decision for the Councillors elected to office in that triennium to decide based upon the recommendation put forward by the Mayor (refer section 41A Local Government Act 2002).

 

14.         Notes that it has also suggested as part of the Community Governance Reference Document that that there could be merit in having the Community Development Area subcommittees continue to operate in the 2019 – 2022 triennium as a local community group, supported by a community development advisor staff member.

 

15.         Recommend to the Council elected to office for the 2019 – 2022 triennium that it support the development of Community Development Area Groups and/or other community group structures as a means for Community Boards and Council to obtain local community input to issues of concern to local communities and/or support for local projects/initiatives.

 

16.         Rejects the submissions calling for the retention of the current Community Board and Community Development Area subcommittee representation structure as a model for local representation for the 2019 – 2022 triennium.

 

That the Hearings Panel:

 

1.         Recommends to the incoming 2019-2022 Council that Community Board and Community Development Area Subcommittee existing “reserves” be ring-fenced for a period of up to 3 years when the Revenue and Financing Policy is reviewed.

 

Other issues –submissions that comment on what is in the reference document – way new system will work, training, remuneration encouraging people to stand for election etc

 

That the Hearings Panel recommends to Council:

 

1.         That:

·                Council should actively support ways to include existing or new communities of interest who may no longer have elected representation but wish to be actively involved in ongoing community planning or development

·                Community boards need involvement with other boards and council to address issues and planning to benefit district as a whole

·                Organisation reviews should run in conjunction with representation review

·                Boards wants to provide feedback on future community governance discussions

·                Remuneration needs to be relevant to role

·                There be training for elected members

·                There be an awareness campaign of role of community board and promotion

·                There be role responsibility

·                There be communication regarding planning and decision making regarding district wide service and rating

·                Community Boards want to be involved in setting rates for area.

 

2.         Reject the submissions that request work towards amalgamation with Gore District and Invercargill City.

 

3.         Agree that Council should go out and talk to people in local communities –e.g. Ohai and Nightcaps.

 

4.         Reject the submissions that request a unitary authority.

 

5.         Note the comments in submissions regarding the consultation document should have shown current structure to show the proposed changes and that there was not enough information on website.

 

 

 

The meeting concluded at 4.30pm on                CONFIRMED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT RECORD AT A

Tuesday 19 June 2018.                                                MEETING OF THE Council HELD ON MONDAY 18 JUNE 2018 (RECONVENED TUESDAY 19 JUNE 2018).

 

 

 

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